Mutie Media timeline

  • 540

    Public library in Athens

  • Jan 1, 1000

    600 B.C. – Egyptian begin useing papyrus scrolls

    600 B.C. – Egyptian begin useing papyrus scrolls
    Egyptians begin using paper like scrolls
  • Period: Jan 1, 1000 to

    history of muti media timeline

  • Jan 21, 1000

    symarian early alfabet

    symarian early alfabet
    this early alphabet was on clay slabs
  • Jan 21, 1000

    2000 B.C. – Phoenician alphabet

    2000 B.C. – Phoenician alphabet
    Phoenicains devlop the first alifabet
  • Jan 21, 1450

    1450 – Gutenberg press

    1450 – Gutenberg press
    The Gutenberg press was revilushanary becase it alowed people to spread idias quickly compared
  • Jan 24, 1500

    Italian gazettes

  • Jan 1, 1517

    Martin Luther nails Ninety Five Theses to church in Germany

     Martin Luther nails Ninety Five Theses to church in Germany
    this form of mluti media was crushal beacse it allow many people to see it and it voiced its opinyon vary well
  • 1618 – Dutch Coranto (printed in English in 1620)

  • first press in what would soon be U.S. (Harvard College)

     first press in what would soon be U.S. (Harvard College)
    the first printing press is put in harvard alowing books to be printed at a much faster rate
  • 1644 – John Milton denounces licensing of the press in Areopagitica

    1644 – John Milton denounces licensing of the press in Areopagitica
  • Oxford Gazette (first English-language newspaper)

    Oxford Gazette (first English-language newspaper)
  • First American newspaper

    First American newspaper
    this allowed many people to to read somthing that was only written once
  • First successful American newspaper: The Boston News-Letter

    First successful American newspaper: The Boston News-Letter
  • First American magazines

  • First African-American newspaper in US fredomes jounal

     First African-American newspaper in US fredomes jounal
  • Samuel Morse granted patent for telegraph.

     Samuel Morse granted patent for telegraph.
  • Civil War bigins

     Civil War bigins
  • Edison lab develops movie camera

  • Heinrich Hertz transmits wireless sound waves

  • first “New Journalism” period; “Yellow Journalism”

  • Edison develops mass market phonograph

  • Semitic alphabet in Egypt

  • Guglielmo Marconi sends and receives radio message across the Atlanti

    1901 – Guglielmo Marconi sends and receives radio message across the Atlantic (Morse code, point to point)
  • Newsreels begin

    Newsreels begin
  • Titanic sinks; leads to Federal Radio Act of 1912

    Titanic sinks; leads to Federal Radio Act of 1912
    trhe traginc sinking of the titanic
  • first full-length film

    first full-length film
    the first full leanth fill
  • Charlie Chaplin the first entertainer to earn $1,000,000

  • censorship technology

    censorship technology
    the world has censur ship tecnlongys
  • First radio stations in north amiraica

    First radio stations in north amiraica
    north amrica has its first radio staoin
  • Reader’s Digest magazine founded

  • Reader’s Digest magazine founded

    Reader’s Digest magazine founded
    a magazeb
  • Lee de Forest shows first talkie

    Lee de Forest shows first talkie
  • Time magazine debuts

  • Lee de Forest shows first “talkie”

  • A.C. Nielsen company begins

  • AT&T links two radio stations for first “network”

    AT&T links two radio stations for first “network”
    the first network
  • 1927 – Federal Radio Act sets up commission to regulate airwaves

    1927 – Federal Radio Act sets up commission to regulate airwaves
  • Philo Farnsworth applies for electronic TV patents

    elictic tv gets a patant
  • 1927 – Philo Farnsworth applies for electronic TV patents

  • The Jazz Singer released

  • Academy Awards given for the first time (Wings wins Best Picture)

    Academy Awards given for the first time (Wings wins Best Picture)
    1928 – Academy Awards given for the first time (Wings wins Best Picture)
  • 1930s & 40s – “Golden Age of Movies”

  • Eleanor Roosevelt insists on women-only press conferences (“the Roosevelt Rule

    Eleanor Roosevelt insists on women-only press conferences (“the Roosevelt Rule
  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) established

     Federal Communications Commission (FCC) established
  • England is first country with regular TV broadcasts

  • Life magazine debuts

     Life magazine debuts
    life magizin starts
  • Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” broadcast

  • TV is a hit at the World’s Fair

    TV is a hit at the World’s Fair
    tvs hit the worlds fair massive hit
  • First FM radio station started in New Jersey

    First FM radio station started in New Jersey
  • First TV commercial advertises a Bulova clock

     First TV commercial advertises a Bulova clock
  • John H. Johnson starts Negro Digest; would later found Ebony and Jet

    John H. Johnson starts Negro Digest; would later found Ebony and Jet
  • 1942 – John H. Johnson starts Negro Digest; would later found Ebony and Jet

    1942 – John H. Johnson starts Negro Digest; would later found Ebony and Jet
  • Red Scare leads to congressional investigation of Hollywood

    Red Scare leads to congressional investigation of Hollywood
  • Red Channels: The Communist Influence in Radio and Television ruins careers

    Red Channels: The Communist Influence in Radio and Television ruins careers
    the comunist use tv and radio to gain iflus and spread idias
  • 1950s – “Golden Age of Television”

    1950s – “Golden Age of Television”
  • 1953 – TV Guide magazine debuts; Lucille Ball and her newborn son on first cover

    1953 – TV Guide magazine debuts; Lucille Ball and her newborn son on first cover
  • 1954 – Elvis Presley discovered by Sam Phillips of Sun Records

    1954 – Elvis Presley discovered by Sam Phillips of Sun Records
    elves is didvoed and open to the world
  • 1958 – videotape introduced

    1958 – videotape introduced
  • Kennedy-Nixon debate

     Kennedy-Nixon debate
    nixon is nailed for cheeting
  • 1960s – Internet formed for exchange of ideas, not available to general public

    1960s – Internet formed for exchange of ideas, not available to general public
  • internet

    internet
    the internet begins to take shape it is only in select airias of the us
  • Network news expands from 15 minutes to 30 minutes

    Network news expands from 15 minutes to 30 minutes
  • The Beatles first tour America

    The Beatles first tour America
  • Congress passes Public Broadcasting Act; PBS formed

    Congress passes Public Broadcasting Act; PBS formed
  • Neal Armstrong walks on moon; we see it on TV

    Neal Armstrong walks on moon; we see it on TV
  • ABC introduces made-for-TV movies

     ABC introduces made-for-TV movies
  • Feminists stage sit-in at Ladies Home Journal

    Feminists stage sit-in at Ladies Home Journal
  • Ms. magazine launched

     Ms. magazine launched
    ms magazine is launched
  • Boylan v. New York Times sex discrimination lawsuit filed

    Boylan v. New York Times sex discrimination lawsuit filed
    sex disricans is now a lawsuit thingys
  • Cigarette advertising banned from TV

    Cigarette advertising banned from TV
  • Richard Nixon resigns, a result of Watergate coverage

     Richard Nixon resigns, a result of Watergate coverage
  • Sony Betamax home videocassette recorder introduced

    Sony Betamax home videocassette recorder introduced
  • Sony Betamax home videocassette recorder introduced

     Sony Betamax home videocassette recorder introduced
  • 1983 – Sony introduces CD player

    1983 – Sony introduces CD player
    sony comes out with the very first CD player
  • 1990s – Internet access opened to general public; changes everything

    1990s – Internet access opened to general public; changes everything
  • world wide web

    world wide web
    the world wide web beacomes a thing
  • 1996 – Telecommunications Act of 1996 brings V-chip, deregulation, and dramatic increase in mergers and takeovers

  • Sony Playstation 2 uses DVD for home video games

    Sony Playstation 2 uses DVD for home video games
    sony is the first to use a dvd for video games
  • 2000: Website created to ease public search of U.S. govt. locations

    2000: Website created to ease public search of U.S. govt. locations
    the website is created
  • 2000: The dot.com industry crashes.

    2000: The dot.com industry crashes.
    the dotcome industry crashes
  • 2000: More than 3,000,000 blank CDs are sold every month.

    2000: More than 3,000,000 blank CDs are sold every month.
    blank CD are sold allowing people to burn there one music
  • Digital cameras cut deeply into analog camera sales

    Digital cameras cut deeply into analog camera sales
    digital camrase take a signifant chunck of camra sales
  • 85% of U.S. households own VCRs.

     85% of U.S. households own VCRs.
    more houses one vcrs than not
  • 2000: DVD players become world’s fastest selling home electronics device.

    2000: DVD players become world’s fastest selling home electronics device.
    the dvd player is a massive hit taking the worlds market in 2000
  • Seventy million computers connected to the Internet

     Seventy million computers connected to the Internet
    There are sevevedy millon computers on the internt!!!!!!
  • 2001: An iPod can store 1,000 songs.

    2001: An iPod can store 1,000 songs.
    Ipods now have the storg to hold 1,000 songs represinting a massive leep in storige
  • 2001: Apple opens a retail store

    2001: Apple opens a retail store
    Apple opens it first retail store in 2001
  • 2001: Mac OS X operating system

    2001: Mac OS X operating system
    the OS systomje is introduced
  • TV standard changes to digital

    TV standard changes to digital
    now more people see tv digital than ever before
  • iTunes online music store

    iTunes online music store
    iTunes is launched and it is an online music store.
  • Google Library Book Project, digitization of books

    Google Library Book Project, digitization of books
    Google is one of the firt compins to try to add every book to the internt
  • Presidential debates on YouTube

    Presidential debates on YouTube
    for the first time you can see the presidential debate on youtube
  • Period: to

    smart phones

  • Steve Jobs dies

    Steve Jobs dies
    steve jobs ceo of apple dies
  • samsung vs apple

    samsung vs apple
    samsung and apple have a massive lawsuit
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  • survay shows more kids in the Usa have videogames than not

    for the first time more kids have video games in the us than not